Epigenetics Matter For Precise Treatment

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Dr William Walsh

Genetic Changes: Now Measurable – Create New Predictability

Two Videos To Simplify

Do take a few minutes on these first two videos, it’s well worth your time. So many ask about why different reactions to the same medical intervention strategies occur on different patients with similar Executive Function Challenges.  This first video by the science commentator and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson helps explain those medical differences in understandable detail:

Then take the time to dig even deeper with the added Walsh Resources below. Tyson makes Epigenetics understandable, Shenk starts readers and listeners down that important path of mind-applications.

Bill Walsh is a serious research pioneer and critical thinker on the practicality of using epigenetic applications in mind science to solve the remarkable array of missed targets present in current psychiatric treatment. Applications work, but only if you know how to measure and use them in an office practice. Precision with useful details matter.


Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains Epigenetics- NOVA: 13:03 min


David Shenk TEDxLakeGeneva Epigenetics: 13:43 min

David adds yet another dimension to the relevance of epigenetics in mind science.


2 Epigenetic Playlists for Both Public and Professionals + Dr William Walsh, Methylation and Epigenetics Here:


Another brief resource:

Interested in the latest useful science on ADHD Meds? Check out How Reality [Like Epigenetics] Changes ADHD Medication Rules.

Enjoy! And drop a comment below on your thoughts,

Dr Charles Parker


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